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The Lasith Malinga of sri Lanka became the first player since Sri Lanka beat New Zealand in the Twenty20 international, to take four wickets in four balls twice in international cricket.
Ross Taylor, Hamish Rutherford, Colin de Grandhomme and colin Munro all dropped to signature Malinga yorkers.
The had Tim Seifert as he finished with figures of 5-6 in four 19, caught at slip.
New Zealand, pursuing 126, were bowled out for 88 however won the series 2-1.
Malinga formerly achieved the feat in cricket in the 2007 World Cup against South Africa.
The hat-trick saw him become the first man, and was Malinga’s fifth in international cricket, the most by any bowler.
Malinga retired out of one-day internationals but expects to keep on playing T20s for Sri Lanka until the next season’s T20 World Cup.
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